A collection of 125 pieces by the popular New Yorker cartoonist celebrates the eccentricities of canines and their human companions, from the dog who attends therapy to figure out why he barks to an exasperated dog humoring his human's need to throw a stick.
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Leo Cullum was born in New Jersey in 1942. He graduated from Holy Cross College in 1963. Upon leaving the Marine Corps in 1968, he joined TWA and flew as a commercial pilot until retirement in January 2002. He has published 500 cartoons in The New Yorker since first appearing there in 1977. His work also appears regularly in Barron's and the Harvard Business Review. Numerous anthologies include his work and it has been hung in the Brooklyn Museum of Art. In 1996 one of his cartoons was selected to appear on a postage stamp of the Royal Mail in Great Britain.
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